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Jungle fever is here to stay!

For anyone looking for something stylish – with a cheeky twist – I can definitely say the jungle fever trend is the one for you!  Get ready to wave goodbye to the same trends we see each year and welcome a new and exciting trend into your home: Jungle Fever.

Don’t be intimidated by the bold nature of these prints and intense patters.  This fun jungle theme can easily be matched to suit any décor taste, as patters can be players as strong or as subtle as you like!  Check out some of my favourite ways to incorporate this jungle theme into your home.

Modern Abstract

One of the easiest ways to add a modern twist to the jungle theme is by adding an element of abstract art to the pattern.  If you’re a fan of abstract at, why not try adding a contemporary flavour by incorporating a traditional jungle patter into a current interior design trend.  One of the easiest ways to blend different interiors trends is through wallpaper.  Textured wallpaper is a great way to reinvigorate tired and dull spaces by adding a quirky touch that is not easily forgotten.

Colour Clash

I definitely admire a colour clash, and in the jungle, nothing is off limits!  You may be surprised by how well geometric patterns sit alongside bold primary colours.  With this decorating tip, don’t be afraid to experiment with colour and try something a little out of the ordinary.  I find adding a clashing cushion or rug in any room can be a fun way to experiment with a new design trend.

Concrete Jungle

The popular industrial trend can easily be combined with the jungle takeover to create your very own concrete jungle effect.  Why not combine a clash of natural materials including metals, wood and stone with bright colour palettes and fun jungle-inspired patterns?  You can also easily bring the outdoors inside with a few well-placed potted plants and terrariums.

For any of you not blessed with the green-fingered gene, then succulents are a great alternative.  These hardy plants need little water and you don’t have to worry about their sun intake as much.  Look for industrial style planters to complete the overall look.

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